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Thursday, June 23rd

Be gay, do code: Challenges for teaching game design and the need for queer code pedagogy

Daniel Cox, University of Central Florida
Kenton Taylor Howard, University of Central Florida

Credibility Bookcases and “Bookiness”: The Gendering of Embodied Texts

Abigail Moreshead, University of Central Florida
Anastasia Salter, University of Central Florida

“Empowering Dance and Dance-Artist Everywhere”: Dance Church and the Strategic Creativity of Exercise Platform Branding

Paxton Haven, University of Texas at Austin

Post-Digital Gaymes: The Presence of Print in Queering Digital Play

Chloe A. Milligan, Pennsylvania State University - Berks

Recovering Women’s Television Histories

Victoria Ball, De Montfort University
Jeannine Baker Dr, Macquarie University, Australia
Ipsita Sahu, Jawaharlal Nehru University

"Sean? Am I a Monster?": Examining Feminist and Queer Procedures and Mechanics as Calls to Action

Ashley P. Jones, Georgia Southwestern State University

WARNING RISK OF SEIZURE: An Analysis of Cyberpunk 2077's Accessibility Campaign and Practices

Matthew R. Stapleton, University of Central Florida
Lauren Rouse, University of Central Florida

“With Gray Hair, I Actually Feel More Powerful”: Age, Embodiment, and the Semiotic Power of Celebrity

Brenda R. Weber, Indiana University - Bloomington

10:00 AM

The Bloody Tampon and Other Menstrual Moments in Popularized Media

Amanda J. Campbell, Winthrop University

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

3:00 PM

Behind Every "Great Man" Narrative: Linda Woolverton and the Disney Renaissance

Peter C. Kunze, Tulane University

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Friday, June 24th

Alternative News and Views on the Canadian Cable Airwaves: Queer Reimaginings of Television in the 1970s

Axelle Demus, York University

‘And Just Like That’: Aging, Diversity, and Desire in the Sex and the City Reboot

Katherine Lehman, Albright College

The Female Teacher on TV: From Reification to Reinvention

Elizabeth Currin, University of South Carolina
Mary M. Dalton, Wake Forest University
Stephanie O’Brien, University of North Carolina at Asheville

Therapy as Entertainment: Historically Tracing the Gendered Televisual of Reality Television Therapy

Krysten N. Stein, University of Illinois at Chicago

Saturday, June 25th

Emotion Pictures: Affect, Return, and Futurity in The Sonic and Visual Life of Black Feminist Performance

Daelena Tinnin, University of Texas at Austin

Making Space in the Age of Cathartic Art: Shut Up White Boy and the DragOn Ladies

Runchao Liu

Think Pink: Cosmetic Capital from Mary Kay to Glossier

Caroline Bayne, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Zosha Winegar-Schultz, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

triptych pinwork // precision

Nikki Fragala Barnes, University of Central Florida

3:00 PM

Working the Cracks: Becoming a Multi-Hyphenate Boss

Lauren Wilks, University of Wisconsin-Madison

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM